Howdy. I might be able to write more here, again, now. And elsewhere.
Also, if you have a sec and care at all, maybe jot down some ideas in the comments here about what you’d like to see on this site. My main method of connecting with folks has, sadly, been that website called Facebook. But I miss, in some ways, the blog format too. I may end up whipping up batches of links into blog posts with commentary, as I did at one time. I’ll also likely post bits of academic writing, book reviews, little thoughts, etc.
I do have some more reviews in the pipes, so look for those, including a review of the recent documentary Monsenor: The Last Journey of Oscar Romero (long overdue). And I have a few academic reviews pending which I will post here once they are published in their respective journals.
On the other hand, I may get rid of this domain and blog and put something else up. Or maybe keep this up but stop posting here while starting something new. I’m not sure this domain and the ideas connected to it reflect what it is I am trying to do these days. Some of the writings here make me cringe now. “CatholicAnarchy.org” may be just a step along the way toward other things. Bear with me if I decide to think out loud about some of these things. This site may end up being reworked and turned into my main online home. Again, your comments are certainly welcome.
Additional news: I recently submitted the final edits of an essay for a collection edited by Tom Beaudoin. The book grew out of discussions among the folks involved in the Rock and Theology project. My essay is titled “More Than Music: Notes on ‘Staying Punk’ in the Church and in Theology,” and the book should be out in the spring of 2013.
Thanks for reading.